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My new diet for bucking

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    After some calculations i need more than 1633 calories on top of my current calorie intake

    Massive bowl of porridge a banana

    2 big bowls of spaghetti with some meat and vegetables

    A ham sandwich and apple

    Thick peanut soup with chicken and vegetables

    An apple and apple grain bar

    Ill probably struggle more during school i don't know what to take with me

    Felt like a fat pig today lol
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    Needs more protein
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    is that meant to say bulking? if so 10 teaspoons of peanut butter is 1000 kcal and a pint of milk is 500-600? ...easy
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    also, that is a s*** load of carbs. I reckon you will get fat quickly on that diet unless you are doing alot of cardio, and i mean ALOT
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    Buck away.
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    If you are bulking then that's a hell of a lot carbs.

    It's quite a healthy plan for someone trying to slim down though
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    Buck off using that diet for bulking up, there's not enough bucking protein
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    its an African soup lol 10 tea spoons

    This was posted from The Student Room's Android App on my GT-I9100
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    I wondered why everyone was saying bucking dw i do cardio important starting rugby in Sept and i am too light even though i look big


    It a whey powder or something recommended ?

    This was posted from The Student Room's Android App on my GT-I9100
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    Good luck with your bucking goals 2012.
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    Make sure you stock up on the peanut butter.
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    (Original post by diggy)
    I wondered why everyone was saying bucking dw i do cardio important starting rugby in Sept and i am too light even though i look big


    It a whey powder or something recommended ?

    This was posted from The Student Room's Android App on my GT-I9100
    For breakfast take your oats which you would normally use for your porridge, put them in a blender, break up a banana, put that in, add two scoops of whey, add half milk/ half water. It tastes amazing. Also consider taking a good multi vitamin ( follow directions on the bottle)

    Take a protein shake before and after every gym session/rugby training.

    Muscle takes years to aquire. If you are a noob then you might gain 5-7lbs of muscle before september (Google "noob gains" to get an idea of this concept) but if not then possibly only 2lbs. Don't worry about gaining size for the sake of size. You don't want to get fat just to have a weight advantage on the pitch. Work on your strength in the gym instead. Be patient, good luck. peace
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    Thanks man ill be the next johnny Wilkinson

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